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Yanlord Garden

Posted By: Maxview

Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2015

Price: Best Offer

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<a href="">Shanghai apartment rental</a>

¥ 22,000/month
Bedrooms: 3 brs
Bathrooms: 2 baths
Size: 167 sqm
Property ID: SH004280
Ownership: Private owned
Area: Lujiazui

Yanlord Garden is a well-known luxurious apartment complex. Set in a beautiful central garden, the property consists of both low-rise and high-rise buildings and features a large variety of layouts.All apartments are outfitted with modern designs & top quality furniture and appliances. A professional property management company provides good security, services and onsite sports facilities.

Yanlord Garden rent shanghai consists of 3 different phases and offers more than 1900 units. There are 3 phases in the compound. Phase 1 was completed in 2002, phase 2 in 2003 and phases 3 in 2004. Phase 1 consists of several low-rise buildings and a couple of freestanding villas; Phase 2 and 3 are all high-rise buildings; all apartments are individually owned and pre-renovated by the developer with high quality materials. Most of units have view to the garden or Huangpu River. The size of the units in Yanlord garden range from 83sqm (2-bedroom apartment) to 400sqm (5-bedroom penthouse). Among all the units, the 330sqm 4 bedroom units in phase 3 are the most popular ones; lots of expatriates' families have chosen them for their home because of the new finishing, the size and the location.

Award winning landscapes make Yanlord Gardens one of the greenest and most scenic apartment complexes in Shanghai.Yanlord Gardens is the representative of Yanlord's development philosophy. Facing the historic buildings on the West Bund across Huangpu River, Yanlord Gardens comprises high and medium-height apartment blocks in a circular layout, which renders the residents with space as well as privacy. The project has a GFA of 430,000sqm. Yanlord also makes extensive use of new technologies in the development. Other amenities include well trimmed garden and 6000 sqm club house. It accommodates over 1200 households from over 40 countries and regions. As the property is occupied with a high percentage of overseas residents, Yanlord Garden is recognized as a Miniature United Nations in Shanghai.
Among many awards it has garnered, Yanlord Gardens was accredited with AAA Residential Project by the Ministry of Construction of China in 2001, the first project to receive the accreditation in Shanghai. It is also recognized as a national model for property management. Yanlord Gardens also saw the setup of the first Residents' Committee (a quasi-government organization in China) with members from outside China.

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